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10 Best Knives for Hunting, Fishing, Camping, EDC and Even Zombie Defense

10 Best Knives for Hunting, Fishing, Camping, EDC and Even Zombie Defense

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from ALJoe wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

I agree Spyderco knives are great. Only complaint would be that they tend to lose an edge easily. I personally feel like any knife with a gut hook is a waste of steal. I'll have to give the folding saw a try. Every one that I have owned has failed me at the most critical time. Good article. I feel the same way about knives, you can never have enough.

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from outdoorsben wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

The laplander is great but IMO the Silky Pocket Boy is a better saw.

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from Bioguy01 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

I'll disagree on your choice for folding saw. The Wicked Tough Hand Saw is the best folder on the market hands down! It's a little more pricey than your average hand saw, but you get what you pay for...a quality product! I'm a knife connoisseur myself and have a wide variety of knifes, each with a specific purpose, and all of them are RAZOR sharp thanks to my Lansky sharpening kit.

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from jimyoumook wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

what no mention of the buck vangard shame on you

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from buckhunter wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Happy to see Diamondblade make the list. Sharpest knife I've ever owned.

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from cracker81 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Opinel. Period. The most versitile, convienent all purpose knife. From cleaning trout to a nice slice of salumi. I like the feel and the look. The blade is surprisingly ominus. It could do the devils work but I prefer a slice of heaven!

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from cracker81 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Kukri Machete. Uncle Bucks choice when it comes to shaving a gnat. Right Bug?

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from ejunk wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

glad to see opinel on this list. I've used my opinel folder for a myriad of tasks. it's just too good to relegate to the camp cook box - though it excels in that role.

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from beers123 wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

I am one of those guys that have 1 knife for all occasions and it is the BUCK knife I got as a gift from an old boss of mine. I use it for almost everything and it has never let me down as of yet.

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from ffsnuffy wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

Gerber multi-tool, and a good locking knife for bigger jobs. Most importantly for me though is that a knife is sharp and kept clean.

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from Dianne Owens wrote 10 weeks 1 day ago

Nice selection there. Thks for sharing. I am a Buck fan too. There are so many options on the market. I have checked some reviews at besthuntingknifereview.com and there is a interesting chart.

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from Val Davis wrote 1 week 1 day ago

I am surprised to see that you don't list the best knife. Kingdom Knives makes the best hunting knives in the world. Rockwell heat treated and cryogenically treated. Guaranteed for life (against damage). Guides and hunters who dress many animals each year know that Kingdom Knives hold their edge longer than any other knife and they are durable. They are not cheap (starting at $180) but they are handmade in the USA and worth every penny.

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from outdoorsben wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

The laplander is great but IMO the Silky Pocket Boy is a better saw.

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from ffsnuffy wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

Gerber multi-tool, and a good locking knife for bigger jobs. Most importantly for me though is that a knife is sharp and kept clean.

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from Dianne Owens wrote 10 weeks 1 day ago

Nice selection there. Thks for sharing. I am a Buck fan too. There are so many options on the market. I have checked some reviews at besthuntingknifereview.com and there is a interesting chart.

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from ALJoe wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

I agree Spyderco knives are great. Only complaint would be that they tend to lose an edge easily. I personally feel like any knife with a gut hook is a waste of steal. I'll have to give the folding saw a try. Every one that I have owned has failed me at the most critical time. Good article. I feel the same way about knives, you can never have enough.

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from Bioguy01 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

I'll disagree on your choice for folding saw. The Wicked Tough Hand Saw is the best folder on the market hands down! It's a little more pricey than your average hand saw, but you get what you pay for...a quality product! I'm a knife connoisseur myself and have a wide variety of knifes, each with a specific purpose, and all of them are RAZOR sharp thanks to my Lansky sharpening kit.

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from jimyoumook wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

what no mention of the buck vangard shame on you

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from buckhunter wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Happy to see Diamondblade make the list. Sharpest knife I've ever owned.

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from cracker81 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Opinel. Period. The most versitile, convienent all purpose knife. From cleaning trout to a nice slice of salumi. I like the feel and the look. The blade is surprisingly ominus. It could do the devils work but I prefer a slice of heaven!

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from cracker81 wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

Kukri Machete. Uncle Bucks choice when it comes to shaving a gnat. Right Bug?

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from ejunk wrote 1 year 22 weeks ago

glad to see opinel on this list. I've used my opinel folder for a myriad of tasks. it's just too good to relegate to the camp cook box - though it excels in that role.

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from beers123 wrote 1 year 19 weeks ago

I am one of those guys that have 1 knife for all occasions and it is the BUCK knife I got as a gift from an old boss of mine. I use it for almost everything and it has never let me down as of yet.

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from Val Davis wrote 1 week 1 day ago

I am surprised to see that you don't list the best knife. Kingdom Knives makes the best hunting knives in the world. Rockwell heat treated and cryogenically treated. Guaranteed for life (against damage). Guides and hunters who dress many animals each year know that Kingdom Knives hold their edge longer than any other knife and they are durable. They are not cheap (starting at $180) but they are handmade in the USA and worth every penny.

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